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    my employer only gives a couple of days off for vacation or personal days each year for full time employees. My question is that if you are sick, can he force you to work. If a coworker is contagious with the flu or something, then I don't want them to come to work. Also, I am fine with the sick days being non paid days, but can I be fired for calling out sick? Is there some law about employees coming to work with known contagious diseases, such as pink eye, the flu, scabies, strep throat, etc.?

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    Yes, you can be fired for calling out sick even though coming in sick may not be the most reasonable thing to do.
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